Near the end of the first half, Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy was tackled out of bounds and fell awkwardly. He immediately headed toward the locker room favoring his left hand.
LeSean McCoy has a thumb injury. Return is questionable. #Bills— Joe Buscaglia (@JoeBuscaglia) November 20, 2016
McCoy didn't seem to be in major pain but this is obviously worth monitoring coming out of the second half. His return is questionable.
The Buffalo RB had five carries for 33 yards with a touchdown in the first half. He has 683 yards on the ground and another 132 through the air in 2016 as the lynch pin in the Bills offense. When he is healthy, they are clicking.
Good news for LeSean McCoy and the Bills.
Tho LeSean McCoy was ruled out, #Bills sources don't seem concerned with what is described as a dislocated thumb (that he couldn't pop back)— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 20, 2016
McCoy will apparently have surgery but isn’t expected to miss any time.
Backup Mike Gillislee had 74 yards on 14 carries and Tyrod Taylor added 39 yards. Jonathan Williams pitched in four carries for 26 yards and Percy Harvin and Jerome Felton each had one carry.